"'Do not pin it on me, Sir! He died. He died!" The Bronze Star was upgraded to a Silver Star, the Post reported.
According to the Post, Biden was wrong about when and where the visit occurred, what the heroic act was, what military branch the soldier in question belonged to and what his rank was.
According to the report, Biden visited Kunar province as a USA senator in 2008, not as vice president, and the soldier involved was not an older Navy captain, but a 20-year-old Army specialist named Kyle White.
That is the only medal ceremony in Kunar province which comports with his telling.
The recipient, Staff Sgt. Chad Workman, apparently did protest that his bravery wasn't worthy of recognition.
"The assertion I made was there was a young man who I attempted to pin a medal on at the request of the commander and he said, "I don't want it".
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In fact the Pentagon has no record of any Army captain receiving a Silver Star during the period of time covered by Biden's anecdote. "At a White House ceremony six years after Biden's visit, White stood at attention as President Barack Obama placed a Medal of Honor, the nation's highest award for valor, around his neck".
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"I don't understand what they're talking about, but the central point is it was absolutely accurate what I said", Biden told the paper, adding that he had not read the DC paper's report. "And I think the American people will have more confidence in November of next year". Biden said. "I don't think anyone thinks that about me".
According to the Post, Biden's first retelling of his trip to Kunar province, made shortly after his return in early 2008, was largely true, but not almost as emotionally fraught as the versions he later told on the campaign trail.
During the interview, Biden identified three groups of white Americans: those who are prejudiced, those who are agnostic and don't think there is an issue of racism and those who are ready to fight racism. The newspaper concluded that Biden had conflated elements of three actual events into a single story.
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Biden also employed the story of the fictitious Navy captain during a World War II memorial event in Australia in 2016.
In Australia's retelling, a navy captain "climbed down about 200 feet" to rescue his fellow serviceman. "He died. He died, Mr".
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